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  • FILMTEC Membranes: Basics of RO and NF Historical Background
    . Increased demands on the industry to conserve water, reduce energy consumption, control pollution and reclaim useful materials from waste streams have made new applications economically attractive. In addition, advances in the fields of biotechnology and pharmaceuticals, coupled with advances in membrane
  • Using Infrared Inspection for Analysis of Variances in a Crude Unit Start-up
    to full rates. These multiple start-ups may put the unit into abnormal control configurations that expose components such as heaters and exchangers to unplanned thermal excursions and create significant problems. Infrared inspections are an excellent tool for the identification and evaluation
  • Solvent Recovery Using a Near-Infrared ChemView (R) Photometer
    Purpose: To measure the concentrations of ethyl acetate (EtOAc- 80-90%), methanol (MeOH - <10%) and water (<10%) for continuous control of a solvent recovery process to reduce distillation time and processing costs. Approach: Use our PS-2E diode array spectro-photometer to collect the NIR spectra
  • Fluid Catalytic Cracker (FCC) (.pdf)
    purity throughout a system allows for efficient control of the process. The top gas generated at the top of the distillation column in a petroleum refinery's fluid catalytic cracker (FCC) is used to produce gasoline and LPG. As the composition of this gas varies depending on the running conditions
  • Upgrade of existing foul condensate
    . The liquid fuel would be easier to store and allows surge capacity between the plants. IMS proposed a vapour fed, tray distillation column without reboiler. The condenser would control the methanol concentration in
  • Lubricants For Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment
    . Coupled with strict control of vapor pressure, this "super cleaning " process helps ensure that lubricants do not compromise the performance of sensitive devices in vacuum or clean-room environments. It is not practical to determine the vapor pressure of high-molecular-weight lubricants at room

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